singingwhale

Singing Whale Stained Glass and Artworks

Claremont, New Hampshire · 468 Sales

singingwhale

Singing Whale Stained Glass and Artworks

Claremont, New Hampshire 468 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(109)

Announcement   Offering fine quality handmade stained glass and photo items. A more complete catalog of my glass pieces can be found at http://singingwhale.net. If you see something there that is not in the Etsy shop, please do not hesitate to contact me directly. Now adding chainmaille, scalemaille and mixed media pieces utilizing both glass and maille. Thanks for stopping by!

Announcement

Last updated on Jun 1, 2017

Offering fine quality handmade stained glass and photo items. A more complete catalog of my glass pieces can be found at http://singingwhale.net. If you see something there that is not in the Etsy shop, please do not hesitate to contact me directly. Now adding chainmaille, scalemaille and mixed media pieces utilizing both glass and maille. Thanks for stopping by!

Amy Putnam

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Amy Putnam

Blue and yellow Byzantine chainmaille bracelet
Blue and yellow Byzantine chainmaille bracelet
$25.00
Blue and green Byzantine chainmaille bracelet
Blue and green Byzantine chainmaille bracelet
$25.00
Chainmaille zipper pull with little fairy button
Chainmaille zipper pull with little fairy button
$10.00
Chainmaille zipper pull with football button
Chainmaille zipper pull with football button
$10.00
Chainmaille zipper pull with cat face button
Chainmaille zipper pull with cat face button
$10.00
Chainmaille zipper pull with cat face button
Chainmaille zipper pull with cat face button
$10.00
Chainmaille zipper pull with star button
Chainmaille zipper pull with star button
$10.00
Chainmaille zipper pull with star button
Chainmaille zipper pull with star button
$10.00
Chainmaille zipper pull with star button
Chainmaille zipper pull with star button
$10.00
Chainmaille zipper pull with monkey face button
Chainmaille zipper pull with monkey face button
$10.00
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About

Music + whales + color + light = glass inspirations

Back in 2005, I finally walked through the door of the local stained glass shop, determined finally to take some classes after seeing them advertised for several years. Not only was a new hobby born, but a growing passion. That store has since gotten out of glass, so now I am making it at home, and enjoying the creativity that comes from playing with my own patterns, and finding new color combinations in my stash of glass.

In late 2012, I was asked to make a cardinal for a friend’s mom for the holidays. Decided to create the pattern from a photo I had taken of a cardinal at my house. Posted the photo on Facebook, both the original piece and a slightly tweaked version, and wound up with a bunch of orders from people for Christmas. That has inspired me to take my glass making to the next level, making more of my own patterns and sharing my work on a wider scale.

I primarily make suncatcher and ornament sized pieces. While I can make boxes, business card holders, and nightlights, I am not presently equipped for lamps or larger panels. My workspace simply is not big enough to do those. If you have a photo you want converted into glass, or a special project in mind, I will be quite happy to talk about what I can do for you.

Why Singing Whale? I love whales, and I love music. When I was setting up an Etsy shop, I reached out to friends for name suggestions and many thought I should incorporate one or both of these two loves. Whalesong is the natural first choice, but I felt it was already being used pretty widely. Singing Whale came to me as an alternative that would be a little more unique, and so a shop/name was born! If you are curious to see how much I love whales, I invite you to visit my whale watching/enviro/ocean blog site at whalegeek.com. I have been posting photos from many of the concerts I attend (mostly folk shows) at photomonk.com.

Thanks, and enjoy!

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Shop members

  • Amy J. Putnam

    Owner

    I've been making stained glass since 2005. I employ the copper foil method and work very hard to ensure a high quality to all finished pieces. Am constantly working on new patterns and pieces, so please keep looking! Profile photo by Chris Chin.

Production partners

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    Seattle, WA

    High quality professional printing services.

Shop policies

Last updated on April 13, 2011
My goal is to create high quality and durable items and gifts using stained glass and photography. I will ship promptly and in appropriate packaging to protect your purchase. Please contact me with any questions you may have about any item in my shop. Thank you!

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  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
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Payment
PayPal is the ideal payment method. You can use PayPal to pay by credit card, even if you do not have an account there. If alternate methods of payment are preferred, please contact me so we can make arrangements. Payment must be received in full before item(s) will be shipped. If payment is not received within 4 days of purchase, I reserve the right to cancel the sale and relist the item.
Shipping
Shipping will be done by first class or priority (depending on size of purchase) through the US Postal Service. If you prefer a different carrier, let me know and we can set up an alternative on a case by case basis. International orders may be assessed an additional postage fee from listing to cover the difference.
Refunds and Exchanges
If an item is received damaged, return it to me and I will repair or replace it. Your satisfaction is my goal!